Nothing goes better while watching the big game than a great sub.

South Jersey has a variety of great sandwich options, but two sub shops stand out when making the Italian variety.

We all love a great cheese steak, or maybe even a roast beef and provolone is you go to for the game.  However, there aren't many options better than the classic Italian sub.  The website Mashed.com released its list of the 15 Absolute Best Italian Subs In The US with two South Jersey establishments making the list.

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Coming in at No. 2 on the list of the Top 15 is Sugar Hill's impressive Italian Stallion.

“In Atlantic City, it’s clear White House Subs appears to be the Number-One destination for sky-high hoagies. But in the eyes of fellow Yelp reviewers, Sugar Hill Sub Shop in Mays Landing may just give them a run for its money,” Mashed wrote. “Resembling a gas station stop on the outside, those on the road won’t want to drive past. On the inside, visitors will find a dizzying array of sandwiches, all big enough to feed a whole party without the hefty costs of other hero shops.”

The Italian Stallion includes you Atlantic City roll, black pepper ham and imported cold cuts, provolone and a mix of lettuce, tomato, onion, and one's choice of oil and vinegar or mayo.

Stop in to Sugar Hill Sub shop in Mays Landing on 5445 Somers Point Rd.

Next up is an Atlantic City institution, The White House, coming in at No. 12 on the list with its White House Special.

The White House Special is the sub of choice. It features the same components of the Guy Fieri-approved Italian classic (via Food Network), only with triple the meats — salami, ham, and capicola — and a fresh layer of lettuce and tomato. Condiments like sweet peppers and onion come on the side, letting you dress it to preference.

The White House is located at 2301 Arctic Ave. in Atlantic City and is a must-stop place when you are in the city.

Make sure to check out both of these places for the next big game, you'll thank me!

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